What kinds of materials are used in a carpet?
Although Wool is the basic raw material for weaving any carpet, sometimes silk is also used in woolen carpet as per the demand of clients or market. Silk gives shinning to the carpet and is very soft in nature compared to wool. Normally Chinese silks is very popular while blending it with the wool but Indian silks are also frequently in use. Now days ” Hemp and Nettle carpets ” are equally popular like woolen carpet due to is rough nature and durability.
How many varieties of color does ESCI have?
We have wide selections of more than 1,000 color charts and their similar shades. Each color is given its number or name. Usually, we have ARS 1200 for wool, ARS 300 for silk, INDO color chart and Benjamin Moore color charts. Color Blankets and Poms are also created as per our clients preference.
How is the quality of carpet ascertained?
The quality of carpets can be determined by its knots. Generally 60, 80 and 100 knots are mostly popular. If a carpet consists of 60, 80 and 100 knots per square inches, then they are categorized accordingly.
What accessories are used for weaving a carpet?
Graph sketch of the design,
Comb beaters and,
Knife are used while weaving a carpet.
What are the characteristics of Everest Sherpa Carpet?
Hand knotted using handspun woolen yarn.
Top quality Tibetan or New Zealand wool meeting international standards.
Eco friendly dyes and chemicals.
Immense adaptability with changing market trends.
Capable of weaving in any geometrical or irregular shapes and sizes
Proper delivery on time.
The credibility of the manufacturers and exporters.
How long does it take to make a carpet?
Depending upon the number of labor, quality and size of carpet one can assume how long can a carpet takes time to complete. After the completion of initial process like plotting graph and dyeing of yarns are finished, the weaving process takes place. The below chart shows the detail
|Standard Size||Number of||Number of Days
|In feet||Weaver/s||60 Knots||80 Knots||100 Knots||150 knots|
|3 x 6||1||6 Days||10 Days||15 Days||25 Days|
|4 x 6||2||7 Days||12 Days||22 Days||30 Days|
|5 x 8||2||10 Days||15 Days||25 Days||36 days|
|6 x 9||3||12 Days||17 Days||28 Days||45 Days|
|8 x 10||4||13 Days||19 Days||32 Days||55 Days|
|9 x 12||4||15 Days||22 Days||28 Days||70 days|
|10 x 14||5||18 Days||27 Days||48 Days||90 Days|
Additional 7 more days are needed for cutting, washing, stretching and finishing.